If you will not be exercising again for 24 hrs., the rapid ingestion of carbohydrates to replace muscle glycogen storage is not quite as important as it would be if you were to exercise again within a shorter window of time.
According to "The Role of Post-Exercise Nutrient Administration on Muscle Protein Synthesis and Glycogen Synthesis" in the Journal of Sports Science and Medicine:
...athletes should intake nutrients immediately or soon after the completion of a prolonged or high intensity exercise bout, especially if quick replenishment of glycogen stores is required. If fast glycogen recovery is unnecessary and the goal is long-term maintenance of carbohydrate stores, a daily carbohydrate intake greater than 8 g·kg-1·day-1 is recommended to effectively maintain glycogen stores during repeated days of endurance training
However, in addition to muscle glycogen replenishment, there is also protein synthesis to consider.
Muscle Glycogen Replenishment
Regarding your question addressing only the muscle glycogen replenishment, there is rapid phase of glycogen synthesis following exercise that lasts approximately 30-60 minutes. The slow phase can last up to several hours, assuming carbs are in supply.
Keto-Adapted State - Replacing carbs after exercise however, is not recommended for those athletes following low carb or ketogenic diets and who are in a keto-adapted state. According to "The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Performance":
"Whereas consuming fast-digesting carbohydrates after exercise is commonly recommended, this practice is counter-productive in the keto-adapted state."